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Daily Archives: August 11, 2021
A “Blade Runner” set in an ever-closing-in future, a world where machines become the new Tinder/Grindr, and murderous stuff is going down? Sept. 3.
Sept. 17, get CAGED. Sofia Boutella and Nick Cassavetes are among the co-stars of this “legendary” tale about the one man who can break a curse and free a kidnapped young woman.
Sometimes, it can seem that the only reminder that Netflix didn’t always own the teen rom-com market at the movies is the presence of Molly Ringwald as the Mom in the “Kissing Booth” movies. The first film, back in 2018, … Continue reading
I doff my fedora at any indie filmmaker with the wherewithal to take a shot at making a period piece with little or no money, rather than going the slasher/spatter film route like everybody else. But if you’re letting actors … Continue reading
Movie Preview: Michael Keaton, Amy Ryan and Stanley Tucci debate what 9/11 victims’ lives are “Worth”
Netflix has this different spin on 9/11, a movie about the quantifying of the value of a life that went on after 3000 Americans were murdered by Saudi financed hijackers while George W Bush napped.